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I have a Macbook Pro 15" 2011 and an IPhone 6 plus. These headphones worked perfectly with the iphone 6 but would stutter with the macbook which has an older bluetooth adapter. I had a spare usb bluetooth 4.0 adapter lying around the house which I bought for very little money off amazon and with that connected the headphones work flawlessly again. Some ...


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In order to try to localise the problem, try adding an additional user to your iMac, and see if this new user also has no sound. If the new user has sound, then you can be sure it's not a hardware problem. If the new user has no sound, then it looks like it's a hardware problem.


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Apple use the CTIA standard TRRS while most other companies use the OMTP standard. These 2 pictures should short it out. Notice the Ground and microphones are switched. OMTP CTIA Hope this answers your question.


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I share this problem--but my sense is that the headphone volume reverts to the last volume the headphones were on. I have the volume loud in the car, but when I run I want it much lower--I have to either lower the volume before leaving the car or lower it before listening with phones. Otherwise blasting ensues. Wish there were another way.


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I had this problem, the bead was stuck pretty good... no rattling. Scraping it with a pin/spike was the way it finally came out (and pretty easily too). I tried using superglue before that, and it was just messy and ineffective.


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I believe this issue is caused by the following setting: Set Settings >> Music >> Sound Check = OFF For more information, here's Apple's description of the Sound Check feature.


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Yes, it's called Audiobus, in the Appstore you can find multiple AudioBus compatible Apps, you can choose multiple source and let them stream in compatible apps or on the headphones or other outputs available on your iPhone.



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